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Lang Rongrien rockshelter

a Pleistocene, early Holocene archaeological site from Krabi, southwestern Thailand

by Anderson, Douglas D.

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Published by University Museum, University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Lang Rongrien Rockshelter (Thailand),
  • Krabi (Thailand : Province),
  • Thailand,
  • Krabi (Province)
    • Subjects:
    • Antiquities, Prehistoric -- Thailand -- Krabi (Province),
    • Lang Rongrien Rockshelter (Thailand),
    • Krabi (Thailand : Province) -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [77]-86).

      Statementby Douglas D. Anderson.
      SeriesUniversity Museum monograph ;, 71
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGN855.T45 A53 1990
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 86 p. :
      Number of Pages86
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1858643M
      ISBN 100924171022
      LC Control Number90011175

      This book concerns the Lang Rongrien Rockshelter, a stratified archaeological site located in the Krabi River Valley, Krabi Province, sw Thailand. One of many ar-chaeologically rich caves and rockshelters in this lime-stone karst region of mainland Southeast Asia, it is the site of the first major excavation in a long-term project. Jackson County, Pigeon Forge, Sevier County, Bledsoe Couunty, Greene County, Knoxville TN. Knoxville, TN Transportation Center, University of Tennessee. The.

      Mudar, K; Anderson. "New evidence for Southeast Asian Pleistocene foraging economies: faunal remains from the early levels of Lang Rongrien rockshelter, Krabi, Thailand". Asian Perspectives 46 . Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month of results for "R. D. Lang" Skip to main search results Amazon Prime. Eligible for Free Shipping. Free Shipping by Amazon. All customers get FREE Shipping on orders over $25 shipped by Amazon.

      Lang Rongrien Rockshelter: A Pleistocene–early Holocene archaeological site from Krabi, southwestern Thailand (University Museum Monograph 71). Philadelphia: University of . Final report on the Archaeology of Lang Rongrien Rockshelter, Krabi, Southwest Thailand. Report submitted to the National Research Council, Thailand. 80 pp. The Archaeology and History of the Pah River Region of the Upper Kobuk River Valley, Northwestern Alaska. Report to the Northwest Arctic Borough. 36 pp. + appendices.


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Anderson (Author) › Visit Amazon's Douglas D. Anderson Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Cited by: Lang Rongrien Rockshelter was the first site excavated in Thailand to produce a clearly stratified, charcoal-dated late Pleistocene deposit beneath a well-defined Early Holocene Hoabinhian deposit.

This volume presents in detail the excavations at Lang Rongrien Rockshelter in the mids. Lang Rongrien Rockshelter was the first site excavated in Thailand to produce a clearly stratified, charcoal-dated late Pleistocene deposit beneath a well-defined Early Holocene Hoabinhian deposit.

This volume presents in detail the excavations at Lang Rongrien Rockshelter in the : $ Lang Rongrien rockshelter: a Pleistocene, early Holocene archaeological site from Krabi, southwestern Thailand.

[Douglas D Anderson] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a>. Lang Rongrien Rockshelter was the first site excavated in Thailand to produce a clearly stratified, charcoal-dated late Pleistocene deposit beneath a well-defined Early Holocene Hoabinhian deposit.

This volume presents in detail the excavations at Lang Rongrien Rockshelter in the mids. Anderson uses the evidence excavated as a starting point to reevaluate several issues with respect to. Buy Lang Rongrien Rockshelter by Douglas D. Anderson from Waterstones today.

Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Kijngam, Amphan (). “Identification of Faunal Remains from Stratigraphic Units 5 and 6, Lang Rongrien Rockshelter, Thailand.”In Lang Rongrien rockshelter: A Pleistocene, Early Holocene Archaeological Site from Krabi, Southwestern Thailand, ed.D.

Anderson. Philadelphia: University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, At Lang Rongrien rockshelter, in southern Thailand, the most recent dated occupation is about 8 k BP, followed by undated and highly disturbed deposits containing burials and pottery (Anderson.

At Lang Rongrien Rockshelter (LR) in southern Thailand, faunal data suggests that the site was intermittently occupied during the late Pleistocene and Holocene, in both the wet and dry seasons (Anderson ; Anderson ; Mudar and Anderson ).

Clearly, additional research is required before identifying site-specific seasonal occupations. At sites in Thailand, there is a gap between cave occupation and open site occupation.

At Lang Rongrien rockshelter, in southern Thailand, the most recent dated occupation is about 8 k BP, followed by undated and highly disturbed deposits containing burials and pottery (Anderson, ). Lang Rongrien is a substantial rockshelter, located on a karst tower in the southern Thai province of Krabi.

It thus lies between the many similar sites investigated in Malaysia on the one hand, and those of central Thailand on the other. Were it not for Anderson's determination to get to the bottom of the site, Lang Rongrien would be.

But apart from its famous beaches and islands, the province has several important archaeological sites, including the oldest site in Thailand and Asia, the Lang Rongrien Rockshelter. The rockshelter is approximately m from the present-day location of the Lang River, which is at the base of the valley (Treerayapiwat, ; Shoocongdej et al., ), and is a circular.

Anderson, Lang Rongrien Rockshelter: A Pleistocene, Early Holocene Archaeological Site from Krabi, Southwestern Thailand (hc ) Anderson, This Is Our Music: Free Jazz, the Sixties, and American Culture (pbeb ) Anderson, Food and Environment in.

Stone artefacts dating to 40, years ago have been recovered from, e.g., Tham Lod rockshelter in Mae Hong Son and Lang Rongrien Rockshelter in Krabi, peninsular Thailand. The archaeological data betw–3, years ago primarily derive from cave and rock shelter sites, and are associated with Hoabinhian foragers.

Lang Rongrien Rockshelter: A Pleistocene to Early Holocene Archaeological Site from Krabi. The University Museum, Philadelphia. Anderson D., Cave archaeology in Southeast Asia. Sach Dô Viêt Nam (Red Data Book of Vietnam). Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment. Science and technics Publishing House, Hanoi.

“The Lang Rongrien site was surveyed by Prof Douglas Anderson from Brown University in At 40, years old, it is the oldest site in Asia. Pieces of bones from the Neanderthals were found there,” said Praphid Phongmas, senior archaeologist.

The Tasaday Controversy: Assessing the Evidence, by Thomas N. Headland (ed.); Lang Rongrien Rockshelter: A Pleistocene, Early Holocene Archaeological Site from Krabi, Southwestern Thailand, by Douglas D. Anderson; Pottery Function: A Use-Alteration Perspective, by James M.

Skibo; Old Javanese Gold, by John Miksic; Jurnal Arkeologi Malaysia. South China preserves a rich archaeological record elucidating the evolution of early modern humans during the Late Pleistocene. However, few studies on plant utilization were conducted in this region.

We used phytolith analysis from Yahuai Cave, Guangxi, to infer human use of plant resources over the past years. AMS 14 C dating was used to constrain the chronological framework. Krabi might have the oldest history of continued human settlement in modern-day Thailand.

Archaeological evidence found in Krabi’s Lang Rongrien Rockshelter – such as pottery, stone tools and bone fragments – dates as far back as 40, years, whilst other sites feature more recent, 2, and 4,year-old pottery and cave paintings. Stone artefacts dating to 40, years ago have been recovered from e.g.

Tham Lod rockshelter in Mae Hong Son and Lang Rongrien Rockshelter in Krabi, peninsular Thailand. [5] The archaeological data betw – years ago primarily derive from cave and rock shelter sites, and are associated with Hoabinhian foragers.

[6].absolute time period: c. 40,–10, b.p. On the Southeast Asian mainland (where it grades at various dates into the Hoabinhian), but continuing to b.p. without technological change in much of.Adi, H. T,The Re-excavation of the Rockshelter of Gua Cha, Ulu Kelantan, West Malaysia, Federal Museum Journal, Vol Muzim Negara, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Google Scholar Anderson, D.,Lang Rongrien Rockshelter: A Pleistocene—Early Holocene Archaeological Site from Krabi, Southwestern Thailand, University of Pennsylvania.